Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan claimed Hunter Biden was on the phone near a business partner and only talked to his then-father Joe Biden about the weather, saying: He accused Democrats of not having “the illusion of access.”
Devon Archer, a former business partner of Hunter Biden, told House Oversight Committee investigators Monday before turning himself in to serve time. According to Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Archer told investigators that Mr. Biden had discussed business deals with his son, Hunter, “more than 20 times.” (Related article: ‘How corrupt is it?’: Freedom Caucus chair accuses Democrats of disrespecting Biden in talks with Hunter’s business associates)
“The whole idea was to have the VP talk to customers and business people on the phone. Of course they weren’t going to talk about the business, it wasn’t necessary,” Jordan said. told Fox News host Martha McCallum during an appearance on Thursday. “What I needed was to be able to call his father, who is the vice president of the most important country in history and has a lot of influence in Washington, D.C., ‘Hey guys, vice president. Would you like to say hello to
“We all knew what this call was about. We didn’t need anyone to tell us what they were talking about,” Jordan continued. “We knew it was exactly what Mr. Archer described. Everyone gets it. That’s the brand. That’s Access. It wasn’t the Access illusion.” ”
The New York Post reported that the contents of a laptop that Hunter Biden abandoned on October 14, 2020 at a computer repair shop in Delaware contained emails related to business transactions by the Biden family.
The Daily Caller News Foundation confirmed in October 2020 that one of the emails was genuine. In March 2022, The Washington Post and The New York Times confirmed the authenticity of data in an article about the Justice Department’s investigation into Hunter Biden.
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